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2004 Chrysler Pacifica [CS]

2004 Chrysler Pacifica [CS] in World War Z, Movie, 2013 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US — Built in: CA

2004 Chrysler Pacifica [CS]

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-09 11:08

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@rjluna2: The British traffic lights were repainted yellow to look like American lights.

The pedestrian lights were replaced with American style "Don't Walk/Walk" lights:
Link to "www.flickr.com"

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rjluna2 US

2012-11-09 14:42

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Hmm... :think: The high mount traffic signal lights pole seems comes from USA, but the low mount traffic signal lights seems to be UK version.

Anyway, my comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-09 16:46

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Yes, the high mount one was installed for the film. We don't have traffic lights hanging over the road like that.

rjluna2 US

2012-11-09 17:01

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Welcome to the world of Internet Movie Traffic Signal Lights Database :)

antp BE

2012-11-09 17:35

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I wonder how it is easier to film that in UK with imported US vehicles rather than just film that in any north-American city :wow:

G-MANN UK

2012-11-09 23:51

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If this is a UK-based production, it's probably much cheaper then flying a film crew to the US and doing it there. The biggest giveaway I've spotted here is the No Left Turn roadsign in the background.

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Sandie SX

2012-11-10 00:13

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Location: Digitally edited version of George Square? The shop fronts seemed to have been altered (I guess there are no branches of Greggs in Philadelphia) but it sure looks like it to me.

I've had a meeting in the building just the other side of the truck (though that too has been digitally edited).

-- Last edit: 2012-11-10 00:21:08

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-10 00:35

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@Sandie: Yes, and there are dozens of photos of the filming on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1763179@N23/

badlymad CA

2012-11-10 05:03

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antp wrote I wonder how it is easier to film that in UK with imported US vehicles rather than just film that in any north-American city :wow:


I believe the original plan was to actually film in Philadelphia but the plan was scratched due to concerns that the Pennsylvania film tax credit was going to be axed. A lot of stunts being required may have also been a reason.

On another note, the street signs appear to say "Broad Street" and "John F Kennedy Road" - the real life intersection of those two streets in Philadelphia is completely different in appearance.

-- Last edit: 2012-11-10 05:29:01

DM-491 US

2013-01-14 00:48

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That doesn't look anything like the US. The stoplights are wrong and the architecture just doesn't look right.

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DM-491 US

2013-02-17 19:58

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I also see two 2002 Ford Explorers, a Chevy Cavalier (made up as a taxi), three Crown Vics, a Chevy Corsica, a Volvo S60, and 2000 Ford Taurus.

tom11

2013-06-09 00:46

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DM-491 wrote That doesn't look anything like the US. The stoplights are wrong and the architecture just doesn't look right.

I beg to differ, you'll find plenty of areas in Philadelphia, Boston, Wilmington (Delaware), Hartford, and Portland (Maine) that look like that.

Laqueesha US

2013-06-21 16:41

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Some of the older American cities (like Philadelphia and Boston) have British-style architecture, for obvious reasons. If anything, I'd say the roads are too narrow to be Philadelphia; doesn't the U.K. have narrower streets than the USA due to its smaller size?



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Gamer DE

2013-07-29 09:40

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*eyes picture for any sort of British thing they forgot to cover up*

sandwad2 EN

2013-09-03 16:46

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One Star.
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DM-491 US

2013-09-04 01:04

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tom11 wrote
I beg to differ, you'll find plenty of areas in Philadelphia, Boston, Wilmington (Delaware), Hartford, and Portland (Maine) that look like that.


The only big city I've been to is Pittsburgh (very often, actually) and I live in a small town. I've just never seen anything around where I live that looks like that. And the big thing that got me was the traffic lights. Are they British ones, with the green light on the bottom being bigger than the other two? Maybe rjluna knows.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-09-04 01:09

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The traffic lights on gantries hanging over the road were installed by the film crew. The rest are real British light repainted yellow, with the pedestrian lights replaced with American ones.

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